Lauryn Hill pens an open letter in response to accusations made by celebrated jazz musician Robert Glasper.
The GRAMMY-winning album is now 20 years old.
These videos looked amazing when they came out. Now? Not so much.
It takes a special artist to be out of sight but not out of mind.
Despite near-universal acclaim, these four albums just didn't have "it."
Three years after The Fugees singer completed a short prison bid for tax evasion, the case is still looming over her head with six figures of debt.
In an exclusive interview at the GRAMMYS we learn that Lauryn planned to do a duet with The Weeknd but simply didn't show up on time.